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How to reduce the risk of musculoskeletal disorders while working from home With millions of Australians now working from home – and many possibly permanently after the peak of COVID-19 – there is a considerable risk of people experiencing discomfort and developing musculoskeletal disorders due to poorly set up home workspaces and a lack of…
Virtual meetings have become a lifeline during COVID-19 and an essential tool for connecting with other humans besides the people living in your household. Whether you are using Zoom, Microsoft Teams or one of the many virtual meeting platforms to connect with your work teams, it is important that your meetings continue to deliver the…
Expert opinion and safety and ergonomics consultancy during COVID-19 During this extraordinary time, the Dohrmann Consulting team are still well resourced to help you with your safety and ergonomics requirements, including expert opinions for personal injury matters. The safety of our staff and clients are paramount and we have taken all appropriate measures to ensure…
Victoria will soon become the fourth Australian jurisdiction (following Queensland, the Australian Capital Territory and the Northern Territory) to introduce workplace manslaughter offences. The Workplace Safety Legislation Amendment (Workplace Manslaughter and other matters) Bill 2019 will become law in Victoria on 1 July 2020. What are these new workplace manslaughter laws in Victoria? An expansion…
Employers are legally responsible for ensuring that they do not expose (or allow employees to be exposed) to an unreasonable risk to their health and safety. If an employee is directed or allowed by arrangement to work from home, that obligation follows them home.  While it is usually not difficult to set up and manage…
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